I.K. Gujral cremated with full state honours yesterday. The Statesman writes 'Farewell to a gentleman politician" while The Hindu carries a picture of top dignitaries paying their tribute to the departed leader.
The Indian Express shows Sushma Swaraj at an election rally in Vadodara yesterday. The Asian Age quotes her as saying 'Modi capable, competent, fit to become PM'. 'Leader of opposition in Lok Sabha, seen as a potential contender herself, supports Gujarat Chief Minister for first time' reads the Hindustan Times headline.
The Andhra Pradesh couple facing arrest in Oslo for trying to discipline their 7 year old son finds place on the front pages of most newspapers. 'India will not intervene' writes the Hindustan Times. 'Khurshid says pvt citizen, Norway law' says the Indian Express.
The Arcelor Mittal and the French government striking a deal, under which the Florange plant will not be nationalised, is covered prominently by the business dailies.
Some papers have reported about the fireworks over the Eden pitch. 'MS Dhoni wants test to end in 3 days' writes the Times of India, quoting a miffed and hurt Prabir Mukerjee, curator of Eden gardens.
Mail Today shows former cricketer Andrew Flintoff, who got off to a roaring start in his new career - boxing.
How bad can the pressure to do well in academics get for school kids? Strange but true. Even class 6 students prepare for IIT' writes the Hindustan Times, on its front page.
And finally, "Planning to buy a car? Good timing." Car prices may fall as an outcome of significant drop in sales this Diwali, report The Financial Express and The Hindu Business Line.